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8 The Julian News Wild and Scenic Film Festival Returns - Bigger and Bolder Than Ever Following last year's success, Julian's 2nd Annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival, a benefit for Voican Mountain Foundation, returns May, 17 - 19, 2013 with an expanded program and a weekend of entertainment to delight audiences of all ages! Among many of the new offerings this year,the festival kicks off Friday night with a "Meet the Filmmakers" opening night reception at the Blue Door Winery, 2608 B Street, followed by one-time only screenings of "One Beach" and "A Fierce Green Fire' shown in our new contributions by young people, beginning at 8:30 a.m. or- attend 300 seat venue at Julian High The regular festival program a filmmaker workshop with Chris School, 1656 Highway 78. begins on Saturday May 18 with Elisara on Saturday from noon Also new this year - the only films showing from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 or with Jim Karnik from 4 films screened on both days will to 5:30 p.m. and on Sunday, pm to 5:30 pm - or a filmmaker be the 5 films where the filmmaker May 18, the programs begins panel with all 8 filmmakers will be in attendance - so you'll at from 9:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m on Saturday from 5:30 - 6:30 want to be sure to purchase a Check out our website, www p.m. You can sample delicious festival pass to see all the films julianfilmfestival.com for a ful culinary offerings from Jeremy's the festival has to offer! listing of all the quality films we Food Truck and special vegan And for the first time, we will will be showing! fare available onsite or dance the be offering a kids program on What can you do in addition to night away to Chris Clarke and Saturday morning from 9:00 viewing amazing films? Enjoy Grand Canyon Sundown-crowd a.m. to 10:00 a.m. - featuring guided hikes on Volcan Mountain favorites from last year's festival films highlig.hting extraordinary and Santa Ysabel Preserve on -from 7:30- 10:00 p.m. atWynola and inspiring environmental Saturday and Sunday mornings Farms Marketplace! This is a weekend not to be missed!!! Ticket prices are:Weekend Festival Pass $50 - includes priority seating, all films on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Saturday Evening Party One Day Festival Pass - $20 - includes films only Kids Pass (one day or festival pass) - $5.00 To purchase tickets, to Commercial ..... volunteer for the festival, or for Celebratin more information go to:www. julianfilmfestival.com. "'" 100 Residential of " ille00,00ii Payment Options by Larry Cox u, PRO FLAM E Serving The Community We Live In For Over 60 Years :,  mGASCheck"rAVR.oP ""-:;/ 'Trained LWJ COUNCIL 24 Hour Emergency Service 765 0130 Astronaut 760 " Hologram Q: I have a picture "of John Ben Sulser, District Manager Glenn and two astronauts who were the first to/and on the moon. /t is a hologram from 1969. What is it worth? --Steve, Orlando, Fla. A: I found one of the holograms from 1969 at an online auction. It sold for $95 and included a clipped signature of Glenn's. Q: I have a cup and saucer with a "golfer" design of a man with clubs: It was made by Susie Cooper and is probably from the 1940s or '50s. Is this a keeper? I paid $10 for it at an estate sale. --Bob, Homestead, Fla. A: Susie Cooper was first affiliated with the A.E. Gray Pottery Company in Henley, England, during the early 1920s. Eventually, she was offered space at Crown Works in Burslem, and it was there that she really established her reputation. During the 1960s, she was chief designer for the Wedgwood group. In 1979, she received the Order of the British Empire in the New Year's Honors List. After a search, I found several cup and saucers designed by Cooper similar to the set you have, mostly priced in the $90 to $150 range. Keeper, I'd say. Q: I have several series of books for children and would like to find out how much they might be worth.. They include several volumes in the "Little Prudy" series from the 1890s. -- Doris, Alton, IlL A: I checked with several used- and rare-book dealers, and they seem to agree that most of the titles in the "Little Prudy" series sell in the $10 to $25 range depending, of course, on condition and rarity. To see if there is any interest in them in April 10, 2013 your area, check out the used bookshops in your city. Most dealers are knowledgeable and willing to help. Q: While installing a ceiling fan in my house, I found a blank wedding certificate in the attic from the Victorian era. Is there any value to it? -- Ella, Aurora, IlL A: Although the copy of the certificate you sent me is ornate and interesting, it would more than likely sell in a shop for about $25. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@ aol.com. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. Gourd Workshop continued from page 3 The worksop is limited to a maximum of 12 participants, Materials List: scissors, ruler or tape measure, needle nose pliers, small paint brush. Optional: a dremel or electric drill and drill bits, a woodburning tool if you already have one, and if you have a favorite paint color, bring it. 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